Category: Data Collection

G-Active Success Stories

A brief showcase of some of the recent achievements from members of the G-Active project: Built a low-cost device to collect naturalistic driving data Developed an adaptive driver model to represent real-world driver speed and acceleration choice Provides a framework to trade-off driver preferences, fuel consumption and emissions reduction     Developed an intelligent air …

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Early Results from an Online Questionnaire Exploring Future Interfaces Design to Support Fuel-Efficient Driving

Eco-driving is a driving style that seeks to reduce overall fuel use and, as a consequence, subsequent greenhouse gas emissions (Barkenbus, 2010). Eco-driving has both a financial benefit to the driver, who has lower fuel expenditure and a positive environmental impact due to the reduced pollutants. Without feedback regarding eco-driving behaviours however, individuals quickly return …

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ADAM on the road

ADAM (Automobile Data Acquisition Module) is now on the road collecting data with different participates. This driving data collection device is designed by Xingda Yan and James Fleming.  The main feature of this device is very low cost (less than £ 200) compared to similar product on the market. The configuration of ADAM is as …

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